One Monday, there were fewer people in the shop than usual when the woman came in, so it was easier for the detective to watch her.
as/as, not so/as as, less than
not many; a fewa little some
not so ascf
His politeness was only on the suce.
shechoseandhanded it to
after a little timehand…to…pass inhand in
The chocolates are inidually wrapped in gold foil.
The beauty of the woods arrested the tourists.
The cake on the le is a great temptation to the child.
I should congratulate you that you resisted the temptation.
The lawyer undertook the case without a fee.
You can wrap the skirt around your waist.
Next you must learn how to back a car into a parking space.
the temptation to doI cant resist the temptation to laugh.articlen. This is a good article.
everever beforenow it was ever
The ship has a cargo of about ton.
The girlgaveher mother a free dress once a week!
Youd better wrap it with a piece of clean cloth.
The temptation to steal is greater than ever before
Once you leave my company,you must return the house.
Would you like the chocolates giftwrapped?
People are not so honest as they once were.
People are not so honest as they once were. Theto steal is greater than ever before especially in large shops. A detective recently watched a welldressed woman who always went into a large store on Monday mornings. One Monday, there were fewer people in the shop than usual when the woman came in, so it was easier for the detective to watch her. The woman first bought a few small articles. After a little time, she chose one of the most expensive dresses in the shop and handed it to an assistant whoit up for her as quickly as possible. Then the woman simply took theand walked out of the shop without paying. When she was arrested, the detective found out that the shop assistant was her daughter. The girl gave her mother a free dress once a week!
A frank discussion can help to clear the air.
simplyand and thenwithoug payingpaying
I am taller that you./ You are not as tall as I.
One daya postcardan excursionone thinga x a form a x of one word
Although she hated him,she put on a show of politeness.
I couldnt resist telling him the secret.
Is this money enough for the tuition fee?
Shall I tie up your things in a parcel?
Will they be able to resist the temptation to buy?
Then the woman simply took the parcel and walked out of the shop without paying.
Frankwrites to his mother once a month.
When she was arrested, she refused to say anything.
A People are not so honest as they once were.; The temptationis greater than ever before.; there werefewer peoplethan usual .; it was easierto watch her .; one of the most expensive dresses .; wrapped it as quickly as possible .
than more than
arrest ones attention The criminal was arrested.sb.be under arrest.
The teacher bought a lot of dresses to make her more beautiful.
onceadv. long long agoI visit my mother once a month.
something cost moneyDwrapped envelope
there werewhensoitfor the detective to watch herit
little a little little not much
A lot of people discharged the cargo from a ship.
A OneOne / a/ an/ one/ a / a/ a/ one